Vision for Ethiopia’s School Awards and more

Vision for Ethiopia’s School Awards and more

One of the programs Vision for Ethiopia has carried out is presenting school awards. This is an influential program in the communities of Dire Dawa, Kuriftu-Wonji, Debre Birhan, Sirinka-Wolo, and Shire-Shemelba. The staff invites motivational speakers to encourage the teachers and students to work hard and to strive to win awards.

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Monthly Child and Family Story - Debre Birhan

Monthly Child and Family Story - Debre Birhan

Bayeligne Shewafera has been in the Pre-College Preparation Program, to make him ready for University. He scored 3.6 out of 4 in his grade 10 final exam, which qualified him for preparatory school. But he decided instead to join the Technical and Vocational Education College, where is now studying on-site construction management.

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Sirinka Micro-Loan Program

These loans are given to fifteen sponsored children’s mothers. Each of them has received 2,000.00 (two thousand) birr, making a total of thirty thousand birr (30,000.00 birr). They all work in small businesses. Around Sirinka, markets are held twice a week. These mothers participate in the markets in their area of business. They sell vegetables or grain; seamstresses sell tailored garments and others sell animals they have farmed.

Some of the mothers already have experience in business but others don’t. To eliminate hardship and problems for those who have no experience, a meeting is held in Vision for Ethiopia’s center once a week, where they share with one another. This helps them to achieve their goals in business. They are all registered in the Amhara Zone Microloan Agency and start saving as soon as possible. They are supervised by Vision for Ethiopia’s staff and receive help in the day-to-day problems which they face.

Asnaku is a mother of one of the sponsored children in Vision for Ethiopia who is a beneficiary in the Micro-Loan program. She received 2000.00 birr and works in the vegetable business. She is growing her business and has even started to save money. More than this, she is now well able to feed her three children. She is an example of the many mothers in the Micro-Loan program who quickly return their loans after they start growing their small business and continue to work and prosper. 

 

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Kuriftu Success Story 1 - Habtamuwa Chaka

Kuriftu Success Story 1 - Habtamuwa Chaka

My name is Habtamuwa Chaka. I am eleven (11) years old, a sixth grade student at Wonji Community School.

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In the coming future I will be the top student from the compound

In the coming future I will be the top student from the compound

I am Meron Diriba, 3rd grade student, born on 6 of May 2004 and living with my family at Kuriftu PA which is located in Oromia Region western showa, Adama District. Our family members are eight (8), three (3) male and five (5) female. My Mom and Dad afford for our daily consumption by working previously in Wonji sugar factory as daily laborer.

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Zebeba Kemal Case History - 2016

Zebeba Kemal Case History - 2016

My name is Zebeba Kemal. I am thirteen years old, in Grade 8 at Wonji Kuriftu Elementary School. During my childhood, I never remember my parents agreeing with one another. During those times, our only source of income was our father’s daily labor wage. My mom was a housewife and dependent of our father’s small income.

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August – September 2016 School Material Support

August – September 2016 School Material Support

We have been able to collect different school materials from peoples, friends, churches, organization and their staff. We like thank all of you who made it possible for this year’s school material support. Among them some of them Ato Elias from Mexico book store, Ato Fikeru from Dorcas Aid Ethiopia, Anointed Church of God singer, Asmamaw Worku and Living Word Church.

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2016 August Stories

2016 August Stories

New Graduates to University

Two of our grade 12 female students received high enough grades to attend university. They are all ready to go and have been awarded a mobile phone by the organization. We are all hoping they will graduate with high marks.

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Report of January - Dec/2014

Report of January - Dec/2014

Project Summery

VEA (Vision for Ethiopia) strives to ensure wellbeing of target children in its operational areas by addressing their needs in a holistic manner covering every area of their needs. The target beneficiaries may include; children of poor families specially single parents unable to have access to basic services, orphans, street children, Children exposed to neglect or various kinds of abuses for various reasons.

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Report of January - June /2014

Report of January - June /2014

Children development Sponsorship program
VEA (Vision for Ethiopia) strives to ensure well being of target children in its operational areas by addressing their needs in a holistic manner covering every area of their needs. The target beneficiaries may include; children of poor families specially single parents unable to have access to basic services, orphans, street children, Children exposed to neglect or various kinds of abuses for various reasons.

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Little about Us

Covenant International was established to reach, develop and mobilize the nation of Ethiopia and, in due time, other countries. We believe that development of the whole person - spiritual, financial, physical and social - changes an entire community. Covenant International has created an infrastructure in which professionals from other countries can travel to Ethiopia for short-term projects.

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